Chomolhari Trek

Chomolhari Trek Our Chomolhari trek takes you close to Mt. Chomolhari (7,314 m) Bhutan’s sacred mountain. We did our first trek here in 1993 and even today it remains as beautiful as ever. The local people are friendly and hospitable – the Blue Sheep roam wild and the Snow Leopards remains protected.

bo de rencontre avec joe black Much of the trail is through pristine forest. The trek begins in the picturesque town of Paro and ends in Thimphu the present day capital of Bhutan. On the trek you cross Bhongtela 4900m and Thombula 4520m passes. At our highest campsite at Jangothang 4050m, Chomolhari seems to tower over us. On our rest day at Jangothang, we have an option to take a walk to the nearby unnamed valley at 5250m, from where we have a spectacular view of Chomolhari and Khungphu. It is also the day when you are likely to see herds of blue sheep.

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anchor During our stay in Paro, we walk up to the Taktsang (Tiger’s Nest) Monastery, a monastery situated on the edge of a rock face. The Paro valley is also home to Bhutan’s oldest temples, National Museum and the country’s only airport. In Thimphu you have time to shop for some of Bhutan’s exquisite handicrafts and hand woven cloth.

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